P19-210 Myrtle Contract "A" - Water Production Well
Bid Date7/16/20 10:00 am
Company & Contacts
Engineering Solutions, Inc
Brett Brooks 662-840-9063
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids for the construction of WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS, TOWN OF MYRTLE, MS. Bids will be received by Town of Myrtle, in the Board Room, 1025 Church St., Myrtle, MS 38650, until
10:00a.m., July 16th 2020 and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud.
Contract Documents, including Drawings and Specifications, may be examined at the office of Engineering Solutions, Inc., located at 1324 N. Veterans Blvd., Tupelo, Mississippi, and also can be viewed and/or purchased at Engineering Solutions, Inc. plan room at www.esiplans.com .
SCOPE OF WORK: The Project will be let as three separate contracts and consists of the following:
Contract “A” – 250 GPM Water Production Well
Contract “B”- 100,000 Gallon Elevated Storage Tank
Contract “C”- approximately 6,800 feet of 8” waterline, 5,000 feet of 6” ancl2,400 feet of 4”
Project Engineer: Brett Brooks, PE, · Engineering Solutions, Inc. · 1 324 N Veterans Blvd. Tupelo, MS 38804 (662)840-9063 · firstname.lastname@example.org
Bids will be received for a single prime Contract. Bids shall be unit price basis as indicated in the Bid Form. Contract Documents, including Drawings and Specifications, are being made available via paper copy or digital copy. Plan holders are required to log-in or register for a plan room account at www.esipl ans.com to view and order Bid Documents. All plan holders are required to have a valid email address for registration. Bid Documents are non-refundable and must be purchased through the website. For anyone interested in submitting bids electronically in place of sealed bid, they may do so on l y through www.esiplans.com. Questions regarding website registration, online orders or electronic bidding requirements, please contact Plan House Printing in Tupelo, MS at (662) 407-0193 or email email@example.com. Partial sets of Bidding Documents will not be available and neither Owner nor Engineer will be responsible for full or partial sets of Bidding Documents, including Addenda if any, obtained from sources other than the plan room.
SUBMITTAL OF ELECTRONIC BIDS: Each electronically submitted bid must be submitted in “pelf’ format and shall contain the same information and forms as required for the paper bids. Note – electronic bids mu st be secured with a bid bond. In the event that an electronically submitted bid has a corrupted attachment, the bid will be considered null and void by the owner.
Each bid submitted must be marked on the outside “Bid for: Water System Improvements, Town of Myrtle, MS and list which contract the bidder is bidding on. Example: “CONTRACT “A”- WATER PRODUCTION WELL, CDBG PROJECT #1136-19-271-PF-01”.
A satisfactory Bid Bond executed by the Bidder or an accepted Surety, a certified check, or bank draft payable to the TOWN OF MYRTLE, on negotiable U.S. Government Bonds (at par value), shall be submitted with each bid in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total bid.
This project is being funded in part by the Community Development Block Grant#1136-19-271-PF-0 I and the rules and regulations therein apply.
The successful bidder must comply with Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 (12 U.S.C.170 I u). CDBG regulations governing the grant require that, to the greatest extent feasible opportunities for contracting, subcontracting, training and employment arising in connection with this CDBG project will be extended to Section 3 businesses and Section 3 residents.
Minority and Woman Owned Business Enterprises are solicited to bid on this contract as prime contractors and are encouraged to make inquiries regarding potential subcontracting opportunities, equipment, material and/or supply needs.
Town of Myrtle is a n Equal Opportunity Employer, and hereby notifies all Bidders will be afforded the full opportunities to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual preference, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status in consideration for an award.
The successful bidder must comply with the Davis-Bacon Act which requires that all laborers and mechanics shall be paid at rates not less than those determined by the Department of Labor to be prevailing for the locality in which the project is located.
Micheal Canerdy, Mayor
Town of Myrtle
June 16th & June 23nd, 2020